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From: owner-lynx-dev
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 12:29:40 +0000

           for <address@hidden>; Mon, 22 Apr 2002 22:20:46 +1000
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 22:27:22 +0000
From: Doug Kearns <address@hidden>
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Subject: Re: lynx-dev alarm: Lynx will be soon an old unusable browser
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On Mon, Apr 22, 2002 at 10:09:14AM +0200, Osvaldo La Rosa wrote:
 > I'm blind and a Lynx-Fan; but I'm still waiting for a
 > Javascript-compatible version.
 > I totally ignore which developments are currently made in it but I 
 > if we can't have SOON a browser that can handle Javascript-like sites
 > and Javascript-like devices (external routers or Modem-pppoe-dhcp 
 > see Eicon of Dlink...) then I think Lynx will become obsolete.
 > The only project that currently started studying this problem, is
 >, but they begin from zero. Why not implementing Lynx 
 > since this is the BEST browser for textmode surfing?

Links is talking about only being a couple of months from reasonable
Javascript support. See the address@hidden archive for
more details, sketchy as they are.


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